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  • n. Plural form of ent.

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Examples

  • [him] and attacked [the troops of] Hans at Ch'ents'ang.

    The History of the Former Han Dynasty

  • Now if those trees can just learn how to walk like ents and take out a few subdivisions ...

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  • So, the whole system has to be reworded, especially if orcs, ents or Maritians are included.

    Fantasy League.

  • "Which of these ... reform approaches, if any, governm ents decide to invest their political capital in to maximize the beneficial impact on fiscal solvency depends on the specific circumstances in each country," S & P said.

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  • They have shown that two quart bottles of ketchup invariably sell for twice as much as one quart bottles of ketchup except for deviations traceable to transactions costs, and that one cannot get a bargain on ketchup by buying and combining ingredi-ents once one takes account of transactions costs.

    Matthew Yglesias » Efficient Markets Hypothesis Rhetoric

  • All right, who installed the golf ball in my throat and the colony of ents in my chest?

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  • The debate over how fast governm ents should withdraw economic stimulus intended to jump-start growth in the wake of a global recession is expected to dominate the G-20 talks.

    Leaders Play Down Economic Divisions

  • Boston Private Financial Holdings, which owns a stable of wealth - and investment-management firms, rose 32 c ents, or 4%, to 8.34.

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  • Mr. Sughrue said that an ambiguous clause in the loan docum ents gave the guarantors an opportunity to claim that, by delivering a deed to the lender, they were off the hook.

    Plans for 14th Street Hotel Go Nowhere

  • It's that thorny old matter of music rights, an issue that keeps plenty of other movies from getting a home-ents release? and these aren't even Elvis originals, rather decent enough cover versions by country singer Ronnie McDowell.

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